Robotic Gynecology

Robotic Gynecology
The main advantages of robotic gynecological surgery are that it is performed through small (centimeter-level) incisions, and thus, easier wound healing, the absence of hernia formation, response to aesthetic concerns, and the patient's return to normal life in a much shorter time.

Another advantage is that the surgeon has a much clearer and closer command of the operation area than open surgery or laparoscopy and the surgery is performed more effectively, which also means less complications, less surrounding tissue damage and more precise patient benefit.

 Currently, in our country, like the examples in the world, removal of the uterus (hysterectomy), ovarian cysts (ovarian cysts), myoma surgeries (myomectomy) and most importantly gynecological cancer surgeries are performed by robotic surgery.

The goal of the applications called "minimally invasive surgery", which is the new surgical trend of our age, is to perform the surgery required for the patient with the least damage to the surrounding tissues and with an approach that protects the organs as much as possible.

- Treatments we perform with laparoscopy and robotic surgery:
- Myomectomy (removal of myoma)
- Hysterectomy (removal of the uterus)
- Lowering the double uterus to one
- Sacrocervicopexy / Sacrocolpopexy (correct uterine prolapse or to correct vaginal vault prolapse)
- Tube Surgery
- Adhesiolysis (removal of adhesions around tubes and ovaries)
- Tubal re-anastomosis (reopening of tied tubes)
- Hysterectomy (removal of the uterus)
- Clearing tube blockages
- Salpingectomy (removal of tubes)
- Ectopic pregnancy operations
- Chocolate cysts, other ovarian cysts, ovarian cancer surgeries
- Uterine and cervical cancer surgeries

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